We don’t spend a lot of money at Christmas and have introduced the 5-point rule when we went full time traveling. Even if we now live in a stick and brick house and only travel for fun, I keep this rule. Vacation isn’t about how much you spend, it’s about the memories you make.
The Usually with 5 gifts For us, it’s more about education and expanding our mines. The girls get 1 gift they want 1 gift that’s instructive, 1 gift you can read 1 gift you can wear and 1 gift of family travel.
The 1 gift you want always comes from Santa in our house. That is what my children have asked for all year round. Of course, with growing youth it became more and more difficult to find a gift. I am happy to say that they only asked for cash this year. Not a Visa or iTunes card, but cash that can be used immediately upon receipt.
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1 educational gift can be a great time to refresh your learning experience. The best thing is, if you have more than one child, you can get a lot of great gifts that all children could benefit from. I like getting games or subscriptions for this gift.
Here are some educational ideas:
A gift that you can read
I have always told people that if your child can read and do basic math. Then children can find out everything, so reading is very important. My children read every evening and sometimes all day. Every year at Christmas, the girls choose a series of books they want to read. Here are this year’s picks:
A gift from the trip can add the most memories to your Christmas cheer. We were in a mobile home for four years and fell in love with camping. My favorite mini trip was a ride on the Grand Canyon Railway. We were at the campsite while my parents stayed at the hotel. They have a show with cowboys before you leave, sing to you on board and tell a little story about the locomotive. It was one of the best weeks of our entire trip.
If you can’t make a big trip, get yourself Camping equipment and sleep in the back yard. Crap, I once set up a tent in the living room. Hike with the whole family or go on a bike tour. These are the memories the children will remember. The ones my kids remember when we had problems all went wrong.
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